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Gigavac, LLC
P.O. Box 4428
Santa Barbara, CA, 93140

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Manual Disconnect Switches withstand hostile environments.   Return to story
Company Information:
Gigavac, LLC
P.O. Box 4428
Santa Barbara , CA  93140   USA
Phone: 805-755-2003
FAX: 805-755-2001
http://www.gigavac.com
Sales:
Markus Beck VP of Sales and Power Products
USA
Phone: 805-684-8401
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Manual Disconnect Switches withstand hostile environments.

Manual Disconnect Switches withstand hostile environments.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
May 30, 2014 Measuring 4 x 5 in., HBD Series includes Models HBD21, HBD31, and HBD41 featuring 200, 300, and 400 A continuous current carry, respectively. Hermetically sealed contacts means users can be confident of low voltage drop, less than 50 mV at rated current, under any weather conditions including salt spray and temperatures from -55 to +85°C. Exceeding IP67 and IP69 requirements, all models incorporate fiber composite housing for additional protection from sun and water.
Compact Contactors suit solar applications to 1,500 Vdc.

Compact Contactors suit solar applications to 1,500 Vdc.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
Mar 20, 2014 UL rated for switching 175 A @ 1,000 Vdc and continuous duty up to 300 A, HX series suits solar combiner boxes and inverters as well as other applications requiring arc-free switching. EPIC® sealed switching technology enables use of product in harsh environments, including underwater and at temperatures from -55 to +85°C. With models HX21 and HX200, series offers footprint options that allow mechanical arrangement in any circuit. Coils are offered in 12, 24, and 48 Vdc versions.

Sealed Contactor supports high current DC switching.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
Jan 15, 2014 Rated for continuous duty up to 1,000 A, GX110 SPST-NO Contactor is capable of switching high current loads at voltages to 800 Vdc. Unit operates from -55 to 90°C and can carry up to 5,000 A for short durations. Cut throat coil technology means low coil hold power without noise issues associated with PWM coils. Using EPIC® hermetic seal, GX110 meets UL1604 for Class I & II, Div 2 and Class III for use in hazardous locations along with IP67 for water immersion up to 30 min.

High Voltage Contactor suits solar applications to 1,000 Vdc.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
Nov 18, 2013 Developed for use in solar combiner boxes and inverters, Model HX22 is UL rated for switching 175 A at 1,000 Vdc and continuous duty up to 300 A. RoHS-compliant unit utilizes EPIC® sealed switching technology, exceeding IP67 and IP69 sealing requirements, and making it safe for use in nearly any harsh environment including under water and at temperatures from -55 to +85°C. Measuring 3.6 x 3.2 in., contactor features dual coil design, available in 12, 24, or 48 Vdc versions.
DPDT 20 kV Relay broadens circuit access.

DPDT 20 kV Relay broadens circuit access.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
Jul 18, 2013 Available with 12 or 26.5 Vdc coil suited for drive circuits from 8–28 Vdc, 3.5 x 1.6 in. G24WF features tungsten-molybdenum contacts with unique gas mixture that makes relay suited for use in switching in high-voltage loads. Make only load switching is primarily found in circuits discharging capacitor or safety for interlocks. Able to be used in applications that traditionally required 2 SPDT relays, relay has 2 mechanically connected but electrically isolated SPDT sets of contacts.

Power Contactor has hermetically sealed design.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
Mar 05, 2013 Weighing less than 4 oz, hermetically sealed P105 MiniTactor™ can be installed in any orientation on panel within seconds. Sealed chamber for both contacts and coil ensures clean switching in any environment, and safe make and break power switching can be achieved at any voltage up to 1,500 Vdc. With bi-directional switching capability and current carry rating to 50 A, product accommodates needs of pre-charge, charge, and solar applications.
Ceramic High Voltage Relay has DPDT 20 kV configuration.

Ceramic High Voltage Relay has DPDT 20 kV configuration.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
Sep 04, 2012 Measuring 7.7 x 3.5 in., G53WF DPDT 20 kV relay serves applications requiring continuous carry current up to 150 A as well as high-power RF circuits that require low signal loss. Combination of copper contacts and vacuum dielectric provide low and stable 12 mohm contact resistance, resulting in low voltage drop in DC circuits and low signal loss in RF circuits. Available with 12 or 26.5 Vdc coil, relay has 2 mechanically connected SPDT sets of contacts.

Sealed, Side Mount Contactor suits high-current DC/AC switching.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
May 30, 2012 Supplied in SPST-NO configuration for use in high-reliability applications, EPIC Sealed Contactor MX56 is rated for continuous duty up to 600 A and can switch 600 A at 24 V DC or AC 100,000 times. RoHS-compliant product, engineered to meet requirements of MiL-R-6106, utilizes GIGAVAC's cut throat coil technology and is not position sensitive. It can be used in harsh environments, including under water, as well as from -55 to +90°C (up to 200°C with special coils).
DPST Manual Disconnect Switch ensures battery isolation.

DPST Manual Disconnect Switch ensures battery isolation.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
Apr 25, 2012 Designed to meet IEC529 and IP67 sealing standards against dust and water immersion to 1 m, Model BD9521 is suitable for any land-based battery application requiring up to 500 A continuous current. Unit supports continuous voltages to 32 Vdc and provides 150 mV maximum contact voltage drop. Switch eliminates need to remove cables making battery disconnection routinely safe. To prevent accidental switching, handle can be secured in on/off position with customer-provided zip tie or lock.

DPDT High-Voltage Relays carry ratings up to 15 kV.

Gigavac, LLC    Santa Barbara, CA 93140
May 18, 2011 Models G2SPD/G8SPD/G15SPD have 2 sets of mechanically connected SPDT contacts that allow use of one set as auxiliaries to monitor relay status. Model G2SPD has copper-molybdenum contacts for carrying 50 Adc current and providing 12 milliohm contact resistance. While G8SPD and G15SPD both have tungsten-molybdenum contacts, only G15SPD uses gas mixture for loads such as capacitance discharge applications. All models measure 3.5 x 1.5 in. and are available with 12 or 26.5 Vdc coil.


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